Officials say that they have recovered the weapon that killed Officer Tom Decker. A man who was a "person of interest" in the case and connected to the weapon fled as authorities attempted to question him and was later found dead.
Officials at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources say they have decided on a way to keep invasive Asian carp from traveling up the Mississippi River, and it isn't an electric barrier.
Minnesota's first managed wolf hunt ends Thursday. The Department of Natural Resources said hunters neared the quota of 400 wolves killed early in the hunt.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says it's found two emerald ash borer-infested trees in the southeastern Minnesota city of La Crescent.
Several new state laws go into effect this week. Beginning Tuesday, all new school buses used in Minnesota must have a crossing control arm on the right front bumper that automatically extends whenever a bus is stopped.
State officials are hoping this New Year's Eve will be Minnesota's fifth in a row with no deaths caused by drunken driving.
U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn., said he is willing to give ground on the income threshold for tax increases in a deal to solve the fiscal cliff crisis.
Hennepin County says it has saved nearly $54 million in interest and is on track to pay off its debt for Target Field years early.
The Minneapolis Fire Marshal says unattended candles caused a fire that destroyed a condominium building Friday morning in the city's Uptown neighborhood.
Amy Senser's attorney has filed an appeal to reverse her conviction on two counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
An unexpected donation could help the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities hold off cuts to programs and maintain its hours of operation.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said she supports reauthorizing an assault weapons ban, but limiting the use of assault-style weapons and large ammunition magazines won't be enough to stop mass shootings like the one earlier this month in Newtown, Conn.
The rising number of weather-related catastrophes is fueling a growing interest in survivalism. That trend was on display over the weekend at a convention in Bloomington called the Survival Preppers Expo. Organizers said they were providing a resource for people who want to be prepared for a catastrophic emergency.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reported fair driving conditions Saturday on wet roads throughout the Twin Cities.
Advocates for gun control gathered at a rally in south Minneapolis Friday evening.